El Hostal Puerta Bisagra
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... ordered Paella and beer which was great! We boarded the bus and it took us four hours to get to Cordoba. According to Daniel there are 400 million olive oil trees here in Cordova, but the best place to buy olive oil is in Barcelona. We arrived in Cordova at 6:30. Our hotel here is beautiful. The shower/ bath tub area was unique. It had two huge shower heads and a deep jacuzzi tub all enclosed together. It felt so good to soak after all the walking we've been doing. ...
... any sculpture...you may have noticed. Spain and Portugal have been an adventure. Have had a fantastic time over the last six weeks but we are ready to come home and enjoy Sydney again. Bern has forgotten how to cook and can only wash clothes in a basin. Ironing is a forgotten art. Bern has also worn through a pair of socks...all those stairs.....and we both should have the thighs of athletes but alas, no luck. Looking forward to catching up with all and sundry.
... the majority of them being students from Syracuse University, and four adults. The primary professor was Alex Medina who was a history professor, who worked with Patricia Espinosa who is an art history professor. Raquel (the housing coordinator) and Professor Benito (a Spanish professor) also accompanied us on our adventure. We drove a couple hours to the first city, the city of Toledo. At first glance, Toledo was a noticeably very ...
... uninspiring suburbs, we stopped for a quick breakfast at a café in a seemingly abandoned town, before we reached the town of Toledo at around about 1:45PM. Toledo is a town famous for being the visigothic capital of Spain, and a city where Muslims, Jews and Christians lived together in the city between 1085 and 1492. The city itself has lots to see, lots to do and lots to enjoy, with the Tajo river running around most of the city's perimeter.
We parked our car in ...
... and traveling 380 km. Unfortunately the one brother's backpack didn't arrive. One of my trekking poles got a bit damaged (sorry Myra) but Bill was able to fix it.
Thanks Jim and Nan, for lending us the sim card as we were able to use the phone right away and were able to call for our shuttle bus. We travelled to the Clement Hotel in Barajas and checked in. The Clement Hotel is a modern clean hotel! We ...